Giveaway: Sorcerer to the Crown by Zen Cho

Hello! Today is looking to be a gloriously fine day in my little corner of the world, and what better way to improve it further than by declaring that I have TWO COPIES OF SORCERER TO THE CROWN TO GIVE AWAY.

Oh yes. Newly minted, marvellously shiny, SIGNED BY THE AUTHOR and waiting for good homes! Check out the details below.

So you may have heard of this one. Zen Cho’s debut fantasy novel is gaining fantastic acclaim on both sides of the pond, and for good reason! I fell head over heels in love with it after reading an ARC late last year, and you can check out my review here for my thoughts and opinions and delighted flailings.

And now, with the release of its paperback editions making July all shiny and bright, I am delighted afresh to have a pair of copies to give away, courtesy of the author herself – and graciously signed to boot!

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ARE THEY NOT GLORIOUS?

The Rules

These are fairly simple. The UK edition (on the right in the picture) may only go to a resident of the UK, and the US edition (on the left) may only go to a resident of either the US or Canada (I could, and indeed would dearly love to be able to, send this one further afield; alas, budget restrictions mean I can only spend so much on shipping).

And … that’s it! All you need to do to enter the giveaway is leave a comment on this post stating which edition you’re eligible to win. Alternatively, and because I always enjoy an excuse for a good hashtag, you can tweet at me (@EffingRainbow) using the hashtag #IWantThatCrown.

The giveaway will run from today (Tuesday 19th July) until midnight on Monday 25th July, BST. I’ll announce both winners the following Tuesday morning.

So get entering, good luck to everybody, and feel free to spread the word! More book love is always a good thing, right?

22 thoughts on “Giveaway: Sorcerer to the Crown by Zen Cho

  1. Ohmygosh ohmygosh GIMMIE THAT UK EDITION *grabby hands*

    I’ve been itching to read this ever since I heard from Laura Lam how badass and feminist it is.

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